Phi Phi Islands, Thailand

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+3 1. Judge-Jake commented 3 years ago

Beautiful scenery just need to be careful you don't fall over the little piles of stones on some Thai beaches :S
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+2 2. PownMeister commented 3 years ago

Beautiful landscape and very kind and lovely people. But tourism is destroying the country. I was there in 2010 and it was very bad at that point, phi phi especially is overcrowded.

A couple of notes the filming.
Too big movements on the joysticks (sideways movement in both decline and incline makes the video wobbly and you focus on that instead of the scenary) If you have a Phantom 3 / 4 you can set the controlls to have exponential sensitivity so that if you are a bit off center on incline and deccline that wont turn the drone in sideways directions.
Rather do slow flybys to get a smoother film with better detail.
Try to lock the shutter to twice the framerate for a more cinematic feel (prefarably 60 if filming at 30fps)
Use ND filters instead of being dependant of auto exposure, notice the shutter and exposure is moving alot in many of the shots especially around 0:23-0:26 (notice the exposure is altered to reduce the light received). I think on such a day a ND16 or ND32 filter would be the best. And would have been amazing witha polarized glass.
Really crappy aspect ratio. (guess this have to do with the editing settings)
I guess resolution is crappy due to either editing or the upload.
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-1 3. ComentAtor commented 3 years ago

although #2 is right i want to go again :) i don't mind the tourists so much (maybe if there weren't so many western kids working for B&B and binge drinkers trying to be funny)
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0 4. Judge-Jake commented 3 years ago

#4 Yawn...................:S
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0 5. thundersnow commented 3 years ago

#4 Now be nice...it's kind of him to go through the trouble of explaining it, and it's well meant..:*<3
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0 6. Judge-Jake commented 3 years ago

#5 Fair enough when you put it like that but it's sooo boring, I literally fell asleep on line two, all day I've been feeling lethargic after reading it, I can't concentrate I've probably left medical instruments in several patients and it's all because of that, you know I'm seriously considering therapy, I am, it was just too much. Surly no one can be that boring in real life can they well Suxi maybe and Kenuki what ever his name is but they must be in the minority don't you think? Imagine if they are married omg their wives would be on Prozac. I need a glass of wine, night night<3
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0 7. thundersnow commented 3 years ago

#6 Having a glass of wine myself, right now (what kind are you having? Mine is called "Bianco" )....I really understand it was very boring for you, and I'm sorry to hear it made you sleepy all day, which is a true inconvenience on a Wednesday. I really did not understand it either, but you know, JJ, those who are into taking videos, and photography maybe, might find this super inspiring. I could maybe see our beloved cameramaster get excited about it, because that's what they do, exchange technical skills regarding video taking, time lapse, and that sort of thing, etc...it's like you talking passionately about a triple bypass surgery including an aortic valve replacement after vein harvesting you did, a surgery that took a total of six hours...most here on snotr would also get bored and sleepy, but to others who understand this it's very interesting..anyways, I'm sure you'll be all rested by tomorrow morning, and ready to take on the day again, and no need for therapy either..sleep well, and sweet dreams!..<3
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0 8. ComentAtor commented 3 years ago

i dont get you two.. but thailand and vietnam are great.